polypragmasy

pol·y·prag·ma·sy

(pol'ē-prag'mă-sē),
Administration of many different remedies at the same time.
[poly- + G. pragma, a thing]

polypragmasy

(1) An obsolete term for the use of multiple therapeutic modalities to manage a single condition.
(2) Polypharmacy, see there.

polypragmasy (pˈ·lē·pragˑ·m·sē),

n application of multiple remedies simultaneously. See also homeopathy, pluralist, and polypharmacy.